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‘Cyber’ Charters Pennsylvania
Charter schools now big business nationwide
EDITORIAL: In 2013, Corbett must fix pension crisis
The state is teetering on the edge of a $41 billion pension shortfall. Taxpayers already are on the hook for a $1.6 billion public pension hit this year. That number is expected to balloon to as much as $4 billion a year and stay there for decades.
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Core standards for students Pennsylvania
Starting next school year, public schools in